New Zealand 1999
In 1999 I spent a month in Fiordland on the South Island of New Zealand doing research on the short-tailed bat Mystacina tuberculata, which spends a lot of its time foraging on the ground.
This is the bat, and Jane Sedgeley climbing a tree to set a harp tarp to capture long-tailed bats.
Milford Sound, and near Hollyford Valley (bottom right).
Key Summit and a Takahe.
Near Homer Tunnel.
Franz Josef Glacier
Fox Glacier from Gillespie Bay.